Got a pingback from the Gresley Abas blog today when they used a TWOP picture (the fine parking sign submitted by Tim). Gresley Abas is an architectural firm with apparently lots of sutainable green etc projects. They are also on the shortlist (In association with Brian McKay or vice versey) for the George and Dragon sculpture discussed previously where our old friends, papmeisters The Smiths are still in the running. (gawd). The St George effort is not bad, and I was interested to see more of their work, but unfortunately they have a classicly bad architectural firm website. Architecture firms are famous for having terrible websites, and this is no exception. A grid of grey and black rectangles with tiny glimpses of mostly computer renderings of work. The mouseover suggests many of these squares are clickable, but clicking often just opens another version of the grid, and then another and another – or nothing. One day an architectural firm will commission a good website. One day. Maybe they have some good work. I can’t be bothered looking, but it’s here for those who can. Oh, and the text looks like it’s saying Yabas to me. I think a space is needed.